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Three themes are considered in this paper: musical childhoods, music education for religious conversion, and music in schools in the UK between 1970 and 2004. These themes are then related to three concerns regarding historical research in music education: research should be responsive to the contexts in which the teaching and learning of music take place; due attention should be paid to the actual teaching and learning of music; music education should be viewed as an essentially broad area ofdoaj:ac8020bd4e2347fab2db3213803665cb fatcat:grwrivoytvg4nftgaj6kp72qai